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Highland Renaissance Academy was briefly placed on lockdown Thursday morning while police searched for a suspect in north Charlotte.
The lockdown was requested by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police and lifted after 45 minutes.
IMAGES: CMPD activity places Highland Renassaince Academy on lockdown
Chopper 9 flew over the scene in a wooded area off of North Tryon Street north of Atando Avenue.
The school is located on the north end of the wooded area.
Police have not said who they are searching for.
The search was called off after police did not find the person they were looking for.
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Police say there were several teenagers in the car when one of them decided it might be funny to light the driver’s armpit hair on fire.
The 16-year-old did just that, burning Tristian Myers, causing him to roll the SUV, throwing two of the kids out of the vehicle.
The Ada County Sheriff's Office in Boise Idaho reports despite the ejections, none of the five kids were seriously hurt.
The Idaho Statesman obtained the police report that says when cops first arrived, the kids lied to them.
"It wasn’t until a short time later, after deputies talked to all the teens, when a different story emerged, that the teens in the front of the car were goofing around prior to the crash," it reads.
Myers with ticketed for inattentive driving and the boy with the lighter was cited for interfering with driver safety.
Police say none of the teenagers were wearing seatbelts.
Two Carolina Panthers players posted the same message on social media Thursday about the growing problem of domestic violence.
Panthers’ running back Jonathan Stewart and linebacker Thomas Davis posted the following message:
The NFL is in the spotlight for recent domestic violence cases.
Channel 9 is not confirming that the numbers in the post are accurate or inaccurate, but the reality is, domestic violence is a major problem throughout our society.
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